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Young Artists

Description: Photograph of a young Junebug Clark and Ron Oleksiak painting on the floor. The boys share paint cups and create their work on large white pieces of paper on the floor of the Detroit Institute of Arts. Photo by Bernice Clark. Clark PhotoFile: 7064-0012-4
Date: 195u
Creator: Clark, Bernice & Clark, Bernice
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Paint Brush.

Description: Patent for a new and improved paint brush. This design "consists in an extensible and contractible frame having means for clamping a brush within the same, and provided at the end of its component members or plates with a sockets or tubes, in which are fitted adjustable stems carrying brush holders or sockets at their ends which are capable of receiving an angular adjustment in relation to said stems" (lines 15-23).
Date: October 13, 1885
Creator: Nowlin, William Abner
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Pigment holder

Description: Glass pigment holder with 7 hand-blown corked glass bottles containing powdered pigment; hand-turned wooden stand to hold bottles (a), has a lid with a finial (b); bottles are about 6 cm. high x 1.8 cm. diam.
Date: unknown
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

[Photograph of the mural, The Rebirth of Our Nationality]

Description: Photograph of Leo Tanguma's "The Rebirth of Our Nationality", a mural spanning a building on Canal Street in Houston, Texas. The brightly colored mural depicts multiple figures reaching toward each other. At the top of the mural: "To become aware of our history is to become aware of our singularity." The work was completed in 1973 during the Chicano mural movement.
Date: unknown
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Photograph of The Rebirth of Our Nationality, a mural]

Description: Photograph of Leo Tanguma's "The Rebirth of Our Nationality", a mural spanning a building on Canal Street in Houston, Texas. The brightly colored mural depicts multiple figures reaching toward each other. At the top of the mural: "To become aware of our history is to become aware of our singularity." The work was completed in 1973 during the Chicano mural movement.
Date: unknown
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library